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John McCain’s Conference Call Music Sucks May 24, 2007

Posted by fitsnews in 2008 Presidential Primaries.
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WE’RE PRETTY SURE IT WAS MELISSA MANCHESTER, PEOPLE

FITSNews – May 24, 2007 – While it may not have been as untenable as his “money is not speech” position on campaign finance reform, the music we heard on John McCain‘s conference call for reporters yesterday made us … let’s see if there’s a nice way to say this … wish we could bleed from our ears until we were dead. Don’t get us wrong, we appreciated the invitation to hang with all the “real reporters” taking turns grilling the Arizona Senator on hunting varmints and immigration reform, but by the fourth iteration of Melissa Manchester’s Come In From The Rain, we were basically ready for the judgment of the Lord to be at hand.

Well, hello there, good old friend of mine,
You’ve been reaching for yourself for such a long time;
There’s so much to say, no need to explain,
Just an open door for you to come in from the rain.
It’s a long walk when you’re all alone,
And someone like you will always choose the long way home.
There’s no right or wrong, I’m not here to blame,
I just want to be the one to keep you from the rain,
(From the rain).

You know, if we had to choose between picking up a telephone receiver and hearing that song again or having a round of armour piercing bullets shot into our skulls at close range, we’d honestly have to wait a while to make our decision. And then we’d probably have to go with the armour piercing bullets. Personally, we prefer RATT or Motley Crue for our conference call hold music, but that’s just us.

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1. Mark S. - May 24, 2007

This post is so interesting.

2. Radar - May 25, 2007

Make it Ratt.


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